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Loan watch: Seaman on target for Terras

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Charlie Seaman marked his Weymouth debut with a last minute goal, as the Terras beat Kings Langley 2-0 at home.

The defender was announced as the club’s latest recruit ahead of kick-off and ensured he got off to a flying start by finding the back of the net.

At the other end of the pitch, Mark Travers was also on hand to keep Kings Langley at bay, with a clean sheet to top off the three points.  

Elsewhere, Matt Worthington and Sam Surridge both played 90 minutes for Yeovil. However, with the Glovers reduced to ten men, a 4-0 loss at Carlisle couldn’t be prevented.

In League One, Ryan Allsop got another 90 minutes between the sticks, as Blackpool narrowly lost 3-2 to Portsmouth. Down the road, Baily Cargill played 61 minutes for Fleetwood, who lost 1-0 to MK Dons.

Sam Matthews and Ollie Harfield were another two youngsters who recorded minutes on the weekend. The midfielder played half-an-hour of Eastleigh’s 2-0 loss to Dover, whilst Harfield’s Poole Town side lost 3-0 to Braintree Town.

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